by Tamara Marwood

Did you know that Goolwa's Centenary Hall was an impossible imagined place for the future, constructed in the 1920s by a determined local leader, Mayor Percy Wells? Kit Out and Up invites you to be a creative leader and construct your place for civic gathering, imagining and playing.
In 1928 the Mayor of Goolwa, Percy Wells, challenged the local establishment to imagine a radically different future and was rejected! Despite failing to convince his peers that it was a top idea to create a state-of-the-art cinema, he simply built the Centenary Hall at his own expense and ran it successfully for thirty years.

Turn your back on what might be working and encounter innovation through play. Make use of the kit from Kit Out and Up to create a potential place for unknown future gatherings and technology. Engage your innate cubby building skills and, using a special Goolwa inspired construction kit, begin making your place where success is failure and failure is success.
 Contributing artists are Goolwinians Jenni Worth and Michelle Murray.

Location: The Neighbourhood Reserve - Railway Terrace, Goolwa

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